Bedrock Wine Co.

Dolinsek Ranch Heritage Red Blend

9.223 ratings
9.32 pro ratings
Russian River Valley, Sonoma County, California, USA
Red Blend
Game, Baking Spices, Duck, Goose, Potato, Chili & Hot Spicy, White Rice, Exotic Spices, Pasta, Herbs, Beans & Peas, Onion, Chicken, Pork, Venison, Salami & Prosciutto, Pungent Cheese, Soft Cheese, Mushrooms, Tomato-Based, Turkey, Veal, Hard Cheese
Top Notes For
Brian Tuite

I’ve always drank these young but this is developing nicely and retaining freshness at the same time.

I’ve always drank these young but this is developing nicely and retaining freshness at the same time.

Oct 25th, 2020
David Kline

Bedrock Dolinsek Ranch Red

Dried blackberries and rich black and pruned plums. Black cherry dusted bituminous. Cedar and wet violets locked in an energetic embrace. Baked strawberry aromas and dried rose petal. Dried lavender emerges from bing cherry and red currant with a blackberry and bitter chocolate entourage. Touches of ginger and chicory on a medium full palate that bursts with Mallow blossom and blueberry. Intermittently tart, tangy, rich and floral, with a medicinal nod in the dried aromatics, that is a welcome and pleasant diversion. There is a black currant leaf note that likely opens to fruit with age, but is still very pleasant in its youth. #bedrockwineco #BedrockDolinsekRanchVineyards #BedrockDolinsekRanchRed #Sonoma #RussianRiver #RussianRiverValley #Russianriverred #SonomaCounty #DolinsekRanch #dryfarmed #LagunaTrenton #redwine #cared #calired
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Bedrock Dolinsek Ranch Red

Dried blackberries and rich black and pruned plums. Black cherry dusted bituminous. Cedar and wet violets locked in an energetic embrace. Baked strawberry aromas and dried rose petal. Dried lavender emerges from bing cherry and red currant with a blackberry and bitter chocolate entourage. Touches of ginger and chicory on a medium full palate that bursts with Mallow blossom and blueberry. Intermittently tart, tangy, rich and floral, with a medicinal nod in the dried aromatics, that is a welcome and pleasant diversion. There is a black currant leaf note that likely opens to fruit with age, but is still very pleasant in its youth. #bedrockwineco #BedrockDolinsekRanchVineyards #BedrockDolinsekRanchRed #Sonoma #RussianRiver #RussianRiverValley #Russianriverred #SonomaCounty #DolinsekRanch #dryfarmed #LagunaTrenton #redwine #cared #calired
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Sep 1st, 2020
Michael L S

A bit richer and denser than many bedrocks. After being open for a while some of the more typical bramble comes through. Good acidity. With a solid decant this is accessible now.

A bit richer and denser than many bedrocks. After being open for a while some of the more typical bramble comes through. Good acidity. With a solid decant this is accessible now.

Jul 8th, 2018
Jake Rubash

This was tasting really, really nice tonight. Dolinsek always drinks well young

This was tasting really, really nice tonight. Dolinsek always drinks well young

Dec 1st, 2017
Jean-Francois Pelletier

This is great right off the bottle. Deep Ruby color. Forward nose of red berries, cherries, blue fruit and licorice. Medium+ body, medium+ to long finish. This shows very well even if very young.

This is great right off the bottle. Deep Ruby color. Forward nose of red berries, cherries, blue fruit and licorice. Medium+ body, medium+ to long finish. This shows very well even if very young.

Feb 2nd, 2017
Kyo Jin

Zinfandel tasting. My number one.

Zinfandel tasting. My number one.

Oct 25th, 2016
Ryan Johnson

Sharp, focused and surprisingly elegant at this age. A baby now but built to age. Ripe cranberry and red fruits! Thank you @Emily Rasmussen!

Sharp, focused and surprisingly elegant at this age. A baby now but built to age. Ripe cranberry and red fruits! Thank you @Emily Rasmussen!

Mar 4th, 2016
Richard Lewis

Backbone of blackberry, with sassafras and - we were going to say licorice root, but really it's more fennel as there's something vegetal here. This is extraordinary.

Backbone of blackberry, with sassafras and - we were going to say licorice root, but really it's more fennel as there's something vegetal here. This is extraordinary.

Feb 16th, 2016
Chris Garner

Great wine!!!

Great wine!!!

Feb 2nd, 2016
Todd Anderson

Todd had this 2 years ago

Todd had this 2 years ago

Feb 21st, 2021